Unlike in countries where unisex names blur the distinction between boys and girls, there’s no mistaking a Polish girl name. In our entire list of Polish baby names, we could only find a handful of girl names that didn’t end in “a.” If you’re not a fan of gender bending baby names, a Polish name could be just what you’re looking for.
Polish: White; variant of Elvira
Polish: Victorious; conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.
Russian: Victorious; conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.
Polish: Variant of John; Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.
Polish: Polish form of Antonia Priceless
Polish: Variant of John. Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.
Polish: God protect the king; biblical king of Babylon who learned of his impending defeat by literally reading the writing on the...
Polish: Feminine form of John and a variant of Jane; Jana was the wife of Janus in Roman mythology.
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This name isn't technically illegal (though "Adolf" and "Hitler" together is), but you'll be hard-pressed to find a parent... Read More
Latin: White; related to Alba, a place
Polish: Polish form of Augustus majestic
Polish: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Barbara
Czech: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Barbara
Polish: Exotic, stranger
Polish: Protecting glory
Slavic: Announcing peace
Greek: From Cyprus
Polish: From Cyprus
Polish: Polish form of Eva brings life
Polish: Polish form of Felix lucky
Russian: Russian form of Felix lucky